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With his surprising selection of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, Republican Mitt Romney is asking Americans to choose between competing narratives of our past, interpretations of present realities and visions of our future. According to the...
NEW YORK (AP) — Who knew the calendar could cause so much vacation heartburn? For the first time in five years Independence Day falls on a Wednesday, leaving travelers unsure when to celebrate and worrying those who make a living off tourists....
Tags: Consumers, HIV, AAA, Manufacturing and Engineering, Memorial Day
email@example.comThe Maryland Mortgage Program, an initiative through the state’s Department of Housing and Community Development, has made $30 million available for reduced-interest rate home loans in targeted areas around Maryland, including parts of Hagerstown....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's an incredible narrative befitting a new arrival in Tinseltown: From humble beginnings growing up in a tiny Italian village as the grandson of a barber and son of a hairdresser, Rossano Ferretti at age 15 leaves home on a quest to conquer the world of...
Robert James Mitchell, a retired Baltimore County building contractor and a one-time trainer for the Army's 82nd Airborne Division, died Wednesday of a cerebral hemorrhage at his home, "Dogwoods," in Glen Arm. He was 81. Aside from a stint at Fort...
Banks that made reckless home loans have been tiptoeing away from foreclosures in a tactic designed to cut their losses. The result: Orphaned, dilapidated homes dot the landscape from Kendall to Lake Worth. There are no owners willing to claim and care...
Kenneth Leventhal, a Los Angeles accountant who oversaw some of the largest real estate transactions in the country, died Tuesday at his Bel-Air home. He was 90 and had prostate cancer. Leventhal was a key figure in the transformation of Southern...
In 2008, the Obama campaign represented “Hope and Change” and inspired millions of voters to pull the lever for the unknown man from Illinois. At his campaign rallies, it was commonplace to see supporters fainting, overcome with raw emotion....
Tribune staff reportersA federal judge set bond at $450,000 for ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich and ordered him to post his North Side house and Washington condo as collateral even though the former governor's lawyers said the Chicago residence is for sale. "I have no intention of...
Tags: Ravenswood, Politics, Homes, Judges, U.S. Senate
Consumer spending, a critical economic driver, is on the up. So is construction spending, lending credence to the idea that the housing market is stabilizing and headed for recovery. Still, Wall Street is wringing its hands. Even without the dismal...
Tags: Personal Income, Consumers, Google+, Credit Ratings, Land Price
Speculation that governments in the U.S. and Europe will act to help their economies sent stocks surging to their best day this year. Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart said in a speech that weak job growth over the past two months...
Stimulus extension by commissioners the right move To the editor: The Home Builders Association of Washington County (HBAWC) would like to say thank you to the Washington County Commissioners for extending the residential stimulus program, a program...
Tags: Land Price, House Building
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